Absolutely untrue! A common mode formed by winding multiple turns of
the signal pair (or coax) around a ferrite core has ZERO effect on the
differential signal, but can greatly reduce common mode current, which
is a very common (and powerful) coupling mechanism for RFI.
73, Jim Brown K9YC.
On 2/27/2011 8:19 AM, J.Gordon Beattie, Jr., W2TTT wrote:
> Putting a choke on the network feed reduces bandwidth to the service and
> creates instability. There are other measures that can be applied to
> eliminate the RF getting into the RG. I can point you through the
> appropriate channels to get this done if you have a problem with RFI to your
> U-Verse service.
> Thanks& 73,
> Gordon Beattie, W2TTT
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